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Trail plows were constructed and used to lay in many of the trails that are still in use today. This was a simple plow pulled by one mule, followed by another mule pulling a small grater that set the bench and outslope of the trail. For the curious Wilderness visitor


there are still relics of many of these tools lying around the decommis- sioned airstrips or in Ranger Station barns. Today’s Forest Service mule


teams receive slightly less but nonetheless important use. Both remote workstations at Big Prairie and Schafer Meadows have a work- ing team of mules. They are used to skid firewood, haul materials for fencing, clean corrals, and skid tim- ber for use in trail projects. An example of this was a thirty-


year-old puncheon structure that had rotted out near Mud Lake in the South Fork of the Flathead drainage.


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